Philip is known as the father of the National Bookmobile
Conference, which started in 1986.
As with bookmobiles
in general, it still holds appeal as a moving, mini-library, but youth are also engaged in the tech programming we offer.
It proves a momentous choice, because the Queen gets lost in the book and soon begins regular visits to the bookmobile
, where she receives recommendations from Norman and begins to befriend the young man.
There is no library service in Topanga Canyon other than the bookmobile
We wanted an affordable solution that was simple to operate and would give us the connectivity we needed to serve 35 stops along a five-mile-radius bookmobile
route," Fischer says.
NetLibrary Inc is a provider of e-books and Internet-based content and collection management services and has teamed with Xerox Corp, Sprout Inc and Bookmobile
to create POD networks that serve institutions and retailers.
Fifty seven per cent are in communities with populations below 1000, indicating that in the US the mobile library, or bookmobile
as they continue to be called, is very much a means of extending library service to rural areas.
It is not, after all, every day that a twelve-ton bookmobile
disappears into thin air.
The Chauffeur is preparing for his summer circuit (despite the title) between Quebec City and Cote-Nord in the bibliobus or bookmobile
Back in 1958, Sedona residents decided the infrequent visits from a bookmobile
that began its journey in Phoenix, some 100 miles away, just weren't enough.
His short novel <IR> PARNASSUS ON WHEELS </IR> (1917) a story about what a later generation would have called a bookmobile
, was an immediate success, as was its sequel, <IR> THE HAUNTED BOOKSHOP </IR> (1919).
Ours was a tent camp off the main highway, and for some reason, the bookmobile
from the closet town, Priest River, had not found us.